‘Step Up All In’ Trailer: All-Star Dance Crew

Published 11 months ago by , Updated June 9th, 2014 at 3:57 pm,

Though many dance flicks from the 2000s have gotten the sequel treatment – Save the Last Dance 2 and Center Stage: Turn it Up, for example – the 2006 film Step Up was the only one to launch a franchise. Summit Entertainment’s commercially successful film series saw a minor dip in box office success with Step Up: Revolution, but the newest installment Step Up All In returns to dancing for the sake of art rather than political protest.

The first trailer for Step Up All In brings together stars from previous films to form the ultimate dance crew in order to compete in a Las Vegas battle and, along the way, the dancers learn there is more to life than winning.

After the events of Step Up: Revolution, the flash mob dance crew heads to LA looking for success. However, when the dancers can’t seem to make their dreams come true in the city of angels, they head to Las Vegas and put together an all-star crew for an epic dance battle called The Vortex to compete for the prize of a three-year dance contract.

Step Up All In Trailer ‘Step Up All In’ Trailer: All Star Dance Crew

Step Up All In stars Ryan Guzman and Misha Gabriel from Step Up: Revolution, Stephen “tWitch” Boss from Step Up 3D, Briana Evigan from Step Up 2: The Streets, Alyson Stoner from Step Up, and series favorite Adam Sevani as well as newcomer Izabella Miko (Clash of the Titans). The film was written by John Swetnam and directed by Trish Sie, both newcomers to the series.

Although there has been a lot of crossover between the Step Up films in the past – Sevani’s character, Moose, has been in four out of the five films – Step Up All In will be the first movie in the franchise that doesn’t introduce a mostly-new cast of dancers. It will be a treat for fans who have seen every Step Up movie, but it will also recreate some of the same problems with previous films – specifically, the quality of acting.

However, if we’re being honest, people go to see the Step Up movies – and subsequently Step Up All In – for the dancing, the stunts, and the spectacle, which each film has in spades. Step Up All In will surely fit into the franchise and present a fun and entertaining summer movie for viewers who enjoy a good dance battle.


Step Up All In hits theaters August 8th, 2014.

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  1. Can’t wait to watch this. The dancing is always top notch in these movies.

  2. let the record show that Cam has top notch sarcasm, and I would also like to point out that numerous step up trash movies have been made……and yet we still have no deadpool

    • Why involve Deadpool here? What did he do to deserve this?

      • D-Pooly is actually a top notch dance master, that’s why. He’s as upset as I am that crap like this continues to be churned out while decent films go unmade.

        • Thousands of people like these kinds of movie. You and I don’t but many do. I would imagine a lot of kids would like it just as they like Just Dance, Glee, Step Up type of movies and so on.

    • We had our fair share of Deadpool in X-Men Origins: Wolverine.

  3. My favorite movie to date from the Step-Up series is Revolution, the artistic dance in it is phenomenal, I like the other films too, but story-wise Revolution is the best imo, and the dancing phew, every film had done it incredibly, Psyched for the movie, Love seeing Adam Sevani & Alyson Stoner dance.

  4. I got a cramp just from watching those dance moves.

  5. Why no Channing Tatum? He’s the only one who could carry this to billion dollar box office.

    Summit pls.

    • Channing Tatum is working with people like Soderbergh and Bennett Miller, why would he come back to this?

      • BECAUSE, it’s an EASY bajillion dollar success and he would be able to negotiate a percentage of the movie’s take. Say like 15-20, get him to produce as well. I would buy a thousand tickets to see Channing dance again, it’s CHANNING Tatum!!

  6. Gotta love those dance movies, right? Right…?

  7. Is this going to cross over with Ant Man?

  8. If you don’t have a passion for dance I don’t think get the point to these movie. I used to be a break-dancer so I will always respect this franchise for what it is.

    • Most definitely lol. I love dancing and singing even though I suck at them. Still, these movies are not for me. I will skip to the dance scenes just to watch the moves but that’s pretty much about it. Plus the words “break dancer” was for people like me when we were kids way back then that break danced :) What do the kids today call it? I can’t remember the word(s).

  9. This is gonna be so bad… You know those movies that are so bad that they’re actually good? This isn’t one of them, they’ve all been bad enough that I can’t even stomach 5 minutes.

  10. I’ll stick to my Crush Groove, Breakin’ and Beat Street. The robot guy was the best thing about the last movie for me.

  11. TweenRant. Go away.

  12. Another Step Up/Step On/Step Out movie…

    Some people love watching someone dance, I get it. But why force it into a movie format? Just make a youtube video and be done with it. There’s hardly any story to string together all the dance sequences. Usually some underdog, moon-eyed dancer with big dreams or a down and out dance team competing in a dance competition. Some romance, some rivalries and family support drama on the way. For those who’re not crazy about dancing (but, can still appreciate a good dancer for his/her skills), it can get as annoying as Glee.

  13. Stomp The Yard >>> The entire Step Up franchise

  14. Is there only me thought it was kind of strange that Andie and Sean been together?
    Where’s Emily and Chase?
    They just been dumped for no reason? OMG